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Survivor Financial Counseling Service™ From Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young provides toll-free access to unbiased financial guidance intended to help address your personal financial questions and concerns. As a service to the people in the communities in which we live and work, and through our cooperative relationship with Survivorship A to Z, this benefit is provided to you at no cost, and with no strings attached, by the financial planning professionals of Ernst & Young LLP.

So many questions

Managing financial wellbeing is a challenging task under the best of circumstances. When faced with the uncertainty that comes with a cancer diagnosis, the added burden of addressing financial concerns can be overwhelming. The Survivor Financial Counseling Service provides objective financial guidance to help you make informed decisions and take specific, appropriate action as you contend with a wide range of financial issues, such as:

  • Will my income be enough to meet my monthly expenses?
  • How do I make the best use of benefits provided to me through my employer?
  • How will I pay for medical expenses not covered by my insurance?
  • Am I eligible for Social Security benefits? Are my family members? If so, for how long?
  • Taking taxes, employer and other benefits into account, is it financially best for me to retire, take a leave of absence, or to exhaust all paid time-off and remain actively employed for as long as possible?
  • What do I need to do to be sure that my loved ones are provided for in the worst-case scenario?

Impartial guidance

The Survivor Financial Counseling Service is made available to you at absolutely no cost. This service is designed to provide you with access to experienced, credentialed financial planning professionals who are sensitive to your circumstances and prepared to address your personal financial concerns. And, because Ernst & Young LLP's financial planners neither sell nor have marketing arrangements to recommend financial products or services of any kind, our Survivor Financial Counseling Service is delivered with your best interest in mind - and that alone.

We're ready when you are

With so many decisions to be made - many of which could significantly impact your financial well-being and that of your loved ones - we encourage you to call to take advantage of the Survivor Financial Counseling Service.

Whether your call is to obtain further information regarding this service or to schedule a call with an Ernst & Young LLP financial planner, we're prepared to help.

You may initiate participation in the Survivor Financial Counseling Service within 12 months of the date you first utilized your AONN Log In Code to access the Survivorship A to Z website.

Please click here to view Ernst & Young LLP's Disclosure Statement and Notice to Participants.

Please check the box to acknowledge receipt of the Disclosure Statement, after which you will be provided with our toll-free telephone number.

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